Program

120

Total Credits

40

Total Classes

On Ground

Format

The Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture major will include a teaching partnership with Michigan State University as well as the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ Permaculture Program. Agriculture is Michigan’s second largest industry, and Ohio’s largest.

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The Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture major will include a teaching partnership with Michigan State University as well as the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ Permaculture Program. Agriculture is Michigan’s second largest industry, and Ohio’s largest.

The program will prepare students for careers in agriculture-related fields, including food production, nutrition, food chemistry, biomaterials, biofuels, plant science, water management, forestry and agriculture technology. Graduates completing in this major will be able to address current environmental challenges needed to build sustainable food systems, regenerative soils and renewable energy supplies to safeguard natural resources.  


Jun Tsuji
Professor of Biology; Chair of the Division of Computing, Mathematics, and the Sciences
jtsuji@sienaheights.edu
517-264-7649
Milson Luce
Associate Professor of Biology
mluce@sienaheights.edu
517-264-7636
Thomas Wassmer
Associate Professor of Biology
twassmer@sienaheights.edu
517-264-7637

Costs & Aid

We know that college can be expensive, but we don’t want cost to keep you from attending Siena Heights University! We offer numerous financial aid opportunities. Federal aid is available to students who qualify by completing the FAFSA. Feel free to contact us with questions about financial aid opportunities, or click on one of the links below.